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Why do your friends want you to be average?

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{NAME}, The other day I was cruising through Quora and this question caught my eye: "Why do our pare

{NAME}, The other day I was cruising through Quora and this question caught my eye: "Why do our parents want us to live exactly the way they did?" The older I get, the more I feel like my parents want me to be exactly like them. They want me to get a "good" job, get married, buy a house, have kids, retire, and die. They both had "good" jobs, but they struggled to put me through college and now struggle to pay their mortgage. I don't want that for myself or my kids. Don't get me wrong, I love my parents, but why are people compelled to push you to follow in their footsteps? Uh, wow...that escalated quickly. But he's kind of right, isn't he? Maybe not parents (thankfully mine are wonderfully supportive of my craziness), but definitely friends, co-workers, and other members of society. Have you ever started a new diet, habit, or idea? People look at you like you're crazy and then follow up with their 2 cents: "A blog? Nobody makes money off of those things. Didn't they stop doing those in 2012??" Ironically, these same people tend to be the ones who complain about their jobs, but don't do anything about it. The ones who talk about the gym, but never go. They're the first ones at happy hour on Friday and the last people up on Saturday - week in and week out. They're not happy with where they are, yet they critique you for trying to get out and do something about it! Why do they do this??? Because they are afraid. Afraid of failing, afraid of being "unhappy," and - most of all - afraid of being "different." All of these things - the job, the happy hour, and the monotonous routines are all safe and comfortable. But success isn't about comfort and safety. It's about taking risks, falling on your face, and consistently showing up until you get what you deserve. In order to be successful, you have to make unconventional choices. Sometimes these choices will seem risky. But here's the truth. There are 3 cornerstones in your life: 1) Your job 2) Your house (or apartment) 3) Your relationships If you have those things in order, you can afford to take almost any "risk" you want. For example, if you start a business and it falls on its face, who cares? Your check is still in the mail, you still have a roof over your head, and life is good! Seems simple right? The reason you don't hear about this is because it's not sexy! "Learn how I stayed at my 9-5 job, worked before work, after work, and on the weekends!" Yea, that's not going to sell...but it's the truth! Overnight success doesn't exist. However, you also don't need to give everything up hoping to sell a multi-million dollar app or start the next Uber in order to live a wealthy life. The quickest way to live life on your own terms is to land yourself a dream job. Whether you've dreamed of starting your own business, traveling the world, or spending more time with your friends and family - your first goal should be nailing your dream job. Best, Austin [Cultivated Culture] Land a job you love without applying online. How Can I Help You? [Resume Builder](=) [Landing Referrals]() [LinkedIn](=) [Interviews](=) [LinkedIn]() [Instagram]( You are receiving this email because you subscribed to get more career-related content on [cultivatedculture.com](). If you do not want to receive these emails or other communications you can easily remove yourself from our email list by [clicking this link to Unsubscribe](.

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